What is Radio Reconnaissance Spectrum Analysis? (aka RRSA®)
A system of computer-tuned, military surveillance radio receivers used to search for bug and video camera signals.
Captured signals are put through a demodulation and reconstruction process. The actual sound from the bug can be heard, and TV signals can be seen as pictures. Both can be recorded in real time, with time-date stamp. This documents the evidence which can later be used in court.
The RRSA® system is very sensitive. Although only certain areas may be designated for an inspection, surrounding areas also benefit from this particular test.
RRSA® is just one the techniques we developed to enhance the speed, and effectiveness of your surveillance audit.
We sincerely thank our long-term client family for their loyal support. Their serious commitment to information security makes our proprietary technical advances possible.
Client: Yes. Location: President’s office. Problem solved: Yes.
Four-chair conference area in foreground. President’s desk and telephone near the rear wall. Wireless surveillance camera broadcast picture and sound a distance of approximately 300 feet. Employees in an adjacent building always seemed to know about executive decisions before they were formally announced. Camera was built into an item normally seen on the credenza.
Client: No. Location: Airport 12 miles away from our RRSA® system.
This unusual aerial video surveillance was captured during an inspection of a client location. The large airplane noncommercial, specially modified was the specific target. This picture is included to illustrate the remarkable reception capabilities of our RRSA® system.
Did You Know... Cheap micro-video cameras, plus a recent Supreme Court decision allowing illegal surveillance to be used by the news media legally created the world’s first case of CorporateExtortionography. The espionage monster has just grown a whole new limb. Conduct regular inspections, please.
Radio Reconnaissance Spectrum Analysis® discovers and displays live wireless camera pictures, wireless microphone transmissions, computer emissions, and other wireless surveillance devices. The active antenna system pinpoints their locations too!
Client: Yes. Location: Sales Conference Room. Problem solved: Yes.
Visiting product vendors were able to eavesdrop from the parking lot on strategic client discussions before, during and after meetings with them. Wireless surveillance camera broadcast both picture and sound a distance of approximately 300 feet. The camera and microphone were built into an item normally seen on the display shelf.
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Radio Reconnaissance Spectrum Analysis® system concept and design by Murray Associates.